Escaping Time

Escaping Time

Escaping Time is a short starring Matthew Podobinski, Aaron Laloo, and Pepe Massar. Matt Podobinski travels to Northeast India and meets up with local fishing enthusiasts. Their passion for the sport takes them on a journey to the...

Running Time
24 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Short, Documentary, Adventure
Director
Rhett Cutrell
Actors
Matthew Podobinski, Takap Tagri, Aaron Laloo, Pepe Massar
Country
USA
Year
2017
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about short «Escaping Time» (23)

Jeremy Nichols avatar
Jeremy Nichols

Matt Podobinski travels to Northeast India and meets up with local fishing enthusiasts. Their passion for the sport takes them on a journey to the remote regions of Arunachal Pradesh, a restricted area of untapped wilderness exploration.

Melissa avatar
Melissa

Fantastic movie, my wife and I loved it.

Kathryn Murray avatar
Kathryn Murray

The acting is great all around especially from Matthew Podobinski. The cinematography is great.

Hannah avatar
Hannah

A good story line, a brilliant roles played by a collection of lovely actors & actresses, a good filming!

Harold avatar
Harold

OMG this is crazy! Almost No Detail miss, Story-line is perfect. Its a brand new story. No copycat. And nice chemistry between Pepe Massar and Takap Tagri

Jennifer S. avatar
Jennifer S.

The best movie I've seen in a long long time. Beautifully written and executed. Seriously. Amazing.

Nathan Cole avatar
Nathan Cole

great from start to finish

Ralph avatar
Ralph

This is a very cute movie. Pepe Massar is at his best and complements Takap Tagri perfectly. This is a must see!!!

Jonathan avatar
Jonathan

This is a movie with a simple and straightforward plot which contains layers and layers of intelligent writing. This is a brilliant movie. Watch it.

Eric Mendez avatar
Eric Mendez

A movie of the highest order! Directed by Rhett Cutrell has outdone himself. This is seriously his best film to date.